The Turnbull government is increasing funding for disability employment services to get more people into work.
Australians with a disability will get more support to find a job with the federal government announcing $300 million extra for disability employment services.
Social Services Minister Dan Tehan will on Saturday announce the final list of organisations that will help people with a disability find work from July 1, as part of reforms to the sector.
"The new panel of (disability employment services) providers will support people with disability to find and keep work, with a greater emphasis on providers achieving long-term employment outcomes," Mr Tehan said.
The government is committing $3 billion for disability services over the next four years, including an extra $300 million over the next 10 years.
Smaller providers will also share an additional $10 million over the next two years to help their business transition to the reformed program.
Almost 400,000 people with disability were placed in a job under the current program.
More than 13 per cent of people who are of working age have a disability, but only 53 per cent are participating in work.